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[ad_1] This week we bring you the podcast from our makeshift home studios (pillow forts). We discuss Dharma ransomware, the tour guide who turned out to be a Chinese spy, and why thousands of dark web sites suddenly vanished. Host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos experts Mark Stockley, Greg Iddon, Peter Mackenzie and me....
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[ad_1] The personal data of 10,683,188 MGM hotel guests that leaked sometime in or before 2017 was posted for sale on the Dark Web this week, ZDNet reports. It doesn’t matter that the data isn’t freshly baked: it’s still edible. ZDNet called hotel guests whose details were included in the data dump and found that,...
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[ad_1] Stolen data from millions of MGM Resorts guests widely reported to have been posted to the dark web this week has actually been circulating on hacking forums for over six months, according to experts. Irina Nesterovsky, head of research at cyber intelligence firm KELA, claimed that the most recent upload of breached data on nearly...
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[ad_1] India has made its first arrest of an alleged dark web narcotics vendor.  Recent Amity University graduate Dipu Singh was taken into custody in Alambagh, Lucknow, on February 9 by India’s Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). The 21-year-old is accused of selling psychotropic drugs disguised as erectile dysfunction remedies on dark web marketplaces in exchange...
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[ad_1] Sophisticated backdoor malware techniques used by state-backed attackers to cripple Ukrainian power stations in 2015 are now being deployed more widely by the black hat community, Venafi has warned. The malware in question targets SSH keys, which are designed to secure remote commands to and communications between machines. As such, they are central to...
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